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Stiffness Assessment and Lump Detection in Minimally Invasive Surgery Using In-House Developed Smart Laparoscopic Forceps

Wael Othman, Kojo E. Vandyck, Carlos Abril, Juan S. Barajas-Gamboa, Juan P. Pantoja, Matthew Kroh, Mohammad A. Qasaimeh
2022 IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine  
A prototype was developed using a standard laparoscopic grasper integrated with a force-sensitive resistor on one grasping jaw and a tunneling magneto-resistor on the handle's joint to measure the grasping  ...  The developed tool demonstrated a great potential for low-cost tactile sensing in MIS procedures, with room for future improvements.  ...  Therefore, we integrate a commercially available laparoscopic tool with two off-theshelf sensors; an FSR located at one of the grasper jaws and a TMR positioned on the tool's handle (off-surgery site).  ... 
doi:10.1109/jtehm.2022.3180937 pmid:35774413 pmcid:PMC9216325 fatcat:3ppwueypyrgm7f7rriihkmnlla

Evaluation of Haptic Feedback on Bimanually Teleoperated Laparoscopy for Endometriosis Surgery

Sergio Jol Portoles Diez, Gianni Borghesan, Luc Joyeaux, Christel Meuleman, Jan Deprest, Danail Stoyanov, Sebastien Ourselin, Tom Vercauteren, Dominiek Reynaerts, Emmanuel Vander Poorten
2018 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
Overall, haptic feedback remains debatable and yet unproven except for some simple scenarios such as fundamentals of laparoscopic surgery exercises.  ...  In contrast with the appreciated three-dimensional vision and enhanced dexterity, haptic feedback is not offered.  ...  [19] demonstrated that with tactile feedback, grasping forces are lower in RMIS. Deml et al.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2018.2870542 pmid:30235114 pmcid:PMC6488009 fatcat:codtqzb7gbfuro6fqahuolaax4

Understanding Perceptual Boundaries in Laparoscopic Surgery

P. Lamata, E.J. Gomez, F.L. Hernandez, A.O. Pastor, F.M. Sanchez-Margallo, F. del Pozo Guerrero
2008 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering  
These results are a clear requirement analysis for the force feedback algorithm of a virtual reality laparoscopic simulator.  ...  Its study is important for the design of virtual reality simulators, and for the specification of augmented reality applications that overcome current limitations and provide a supersensing to the surgeon  ...  These results are a clear requirement analysis for the force feedback algorithm of a virtual reality laparoscopic simulator.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tbme.2007.908068 pmid:18334378 fatcat:o6uywb2uondvzmhgub6lv6y6j4

Haptic Feedback, Force Feedback, and Force-Sensing in Simulation Training for Laparoscopy: A Systematic Overview

Evelien M Overtoom, Tim Horeman, Frank-Willem Jansen, Jenny Dankelman, Henk W R Schreuder
2018 Journal of Surgical Education  
Haptic feedback leads to a shorter learning curve with a steadier upward trend.  ...  These parameters, especially in combination with motion parameters, provide box trainers with an objective evaluation of laparoscopic skills.  ...  BTs already contain natural haptic feedbacks, therefore the tactile feedback signal consisted of an enhanced sensation transmitted to the handle grip using a specially designed laparoscopic grasper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsurg.2018.06.008 pmid:30082239 fatcat:agp4rakynzc6tfxceyhkaa5sve

Impact of haptic feedback on applied intracorporeal forces using a novel surgical robotic system—a randomized cross-over study with novices in an experimental setup

Johanna Miller, Manuel Braun, Johannes Bilz, Sebastian Matich, Carsten Neupert, Wolfgang Kunert, Andreas Kirschniak
2020 Surgical Endoscopy  
Through an outer diameter of 38 mm, two instruments are teleoperated from a surgeon's control console including true haptic force feedback.  ...  One additional channel incorporates a telescope, another is free for special instrument functions.  ...  A Surgeon's control console with haptic interface. B Haptic handle with force feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00464-020-07818-8 pmid:32700151 fatcat:ien4nlsaonahflb43uisfbu4ey

Prevailing Trends in Haptic Feedback Simulation for Minimally Invasive Surgery

David Pinzon, Simon Byrns, Bin Zheng
2016 Surgical Innovation  
The role of haptic feedback during surgical skill acquisition and its emphasis in training have been a constant source of controversy.  ...  Force feedback is the best method for tissue identification in minimally invasive surgery and haptic feedback provides the greatest benefit to surgical novices in the early stages of their training.  ...  Tholey et al 30 integrated the PHANToM into a laparoscopic system to investigate the difference between using vision alone and vision combined with force feedback when learning laparoscopic surgical  ... 
doi:10.1177/1553350616628680 pmid:26839212 fatcat:suffldmfibax5fz7j2cikir5k4

Prototypic Force Feedback Instrument for Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery [chapter]

Ulrich Seibold, Bernhard Kuebler, Gerd Hirzinger
2008 Medical Robotics  
Figure 4 . 4 Force controlled gripper designed at the University of Washington Figure 5 . 5 The Radius Surgical System, a novel manually articulated instrument for MIS with ergonomic handle design(Braun  ...  Both, gripper and handle are actuated by servo drives and controlled in a bilateral force feedback scheme.  ...  Robotics is being introduced to medicine because it allows for unprecedented control and precision of surgical instruments in minimally invasive procedures.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5262 fatcat:q6irome5z5gfhgohvnadjmhn2u

Tactile Sensing for Minimally Invasive Surgery: Conventional Methods and Potential Emerging Tactile Technologies

Wael Othman, Zhi-Han A. Lai, Carlos Abril, Juan S. Barajas-Gamboa, Ricard Corcelles, Matthew Kroh, Mohammad A. Qasaimeh
2022 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
Designing, fabricating, and integrating force sensors onto different locations on the surgical tools are currently under development by several companies and research groups.  ...  This article aims to review the literature on MIS tactile sensing technologies in terms of working principles, design requirements, and specifications.  ...  Besides, laparoscopic graspers and probes equipped with tactile sensors are favorable for the training of novice surgeons (Özin et al., 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.705662 pmid:35071332 pmcid:PMC8777132 fatcat:ngl76gcwkzarpg2j7oawpctzti

Surgical Simulator Design and Development

Jenny Dankelman
2007 World Journal of Surgery  
Extra motivation for training can be created by assessment. During MIS, force feedback is reduced owing to friction in the laparoscopic instruments and within the trocar.  ...  Training should be adapted to the level of behavior: skill-based, rule-based, or knowledgebased. These levels can be used to design and structure a training program.  ...  Consequently, the feedback requirements depend on the tasks for which a training device is designed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00268-007-9150-z pmid:17653587 pmcid:PMC2211365 fatcat:jjjx4kbiibfnvk7puqp7qtvgnq

Design of Class Components for Laparoscopy Surgery Simulation with Haptic Elements: A Case Study of SPLasH

Norkhairani Abdul Rawi, Halimah Badioze Zaman, Azlina Ahmad
2013 Lecture Notes on Software Engineering  
It is a hope that this research will enrich the literature review for visual informatics area.  ...  Results show that current training approaches have some weaknesses that can be replaced by applying simulations with haptics devices. Proposed structure will be tested in development stage.  ...  Simulation is one approach that seems accepted as tool for skill training with the integration with haptic devices that provide force feedback and tactile to increase realism [5] .  ... 
doi:10.7763/lnse.2013.v1.70 fatcat:zvl76ep35zastnleevvmsvvwnu

Role of laparoscopic simulators in the development and assessment of laparoscopic surgical skills in laparoscopic surgery and gynecology (Review)

Michail Varras, Nikolaos Nikiteas, Viktoria‑Konstantina Varra, Fani‑Niki Varra, Evangelos Georgiou, Constantinos Loukas
2020 World Academy of Sciences Journal  
Within the surgical curriculum, the tertiary laparoscopic training hospitals should include surgical simulation-based programs for laparoscopic training to gynecologists outside the live operation rooms  ...  The aim of the present review article was to provide an overview of the evaluation and capability of the different types of laparoscopic simulators in the application of training in laparoscopic gynecological  ...  Acknowledgements The present study was part of a Thesis for Master Degree (M.Sc.) in 'Minimally Invasive Surgery, Robotic Surgery and Telesurgery', Medical School, University of Athens, Greece from Dr  ... 
doi:10.3892/wasj.2020.41 fatcat:3yyxhfimxvgxrlfpjpt53gbwjq

Haptics in Robot-Assisted Surgery: Challenges and Benefits

Nima Enayati, Elena De Momi, Giancarlo Ferrigno
2016 IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering  
and for the experts.  ...  It has been tried to encompass both classical works and the state of the art approaches, aiming at delivering a comprehensive and balanced survey both for researchers starting their work in this field  ...  [96] Haptic feedback and sensory substitution in tissue grasping force A significant reduction of grip force during robotic manipulation with presence of tactile feedback in comparison with no-tactile-feedback  ... 
doi:10.1109/rbme.2016.2538080 pmid:26960228 fatcat:fgr66n57rba3hiwcheba5yyafq

New Technologies Supporting Surgical Intervenltions and Training of Surgical Skills - A Look at Projects in Europe Supporting Minimally Invasive Techniques

Jenny Dankelman, Cornelis Grimbergen, Henk Stassen
2007 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine  
The surgeon guides the robot using a handle with feedback from a force sensor attached to the robot tip [33] .  ...  trainers, with and without a haptic feedback, have been developed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/memb.2007.364929 pmid:17549920 fatcat:4htvrilmgjcohh4ux5bktq6sk4

Handheld Devices for Laparoscopic Surgery [chapter]

Francisco M. Sánchez-Margallo, Juan A. Sánchez-Margallo, Amir Szold
2018 New Horizons in Laparoscopic Surgery  
The majority of the robotic-driven devices are needle holders with an articulating tip, controlled by an interface implemented on the instrument handle.  ...  In general, these instruments intend to simulate the dexterity of movements of a human wrist.  ...  Besides, laparoscopic instruments suffer from ergonomically inadequate handle designs and inefficient transmission of force and tactile feedback from the handle to the instrument tip [1, 2] .  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.74117 fatcat:fek4reyynzaafn27mmu2vyc2im

Visual and tactile feedback for a direct-manipulating tactile sensor in laparoscopic palpation

Tomohiro Fukuda, Yoshihiro Tanaka, Astrid M.L. Kappers, Michitaka Fujiwara, Akihito Sano
2017 International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery  
Funding This work was supported in part by JSPS KAKENHI Grant numbers JP16J08253 and JP17H01252 and NITech Grant for Global Initiative Projects.  ...  For laparoscopic palpation, a tactile sensor using an optical sensing scheme [14] , a grasper with multiple force-sensing elements [15] , palpation probes with a pressure sensing array [16, 17] , a  ...  Conclusion In this study, we designed and evaluated ways of feedback from a tactile sensor for laparoscopic tumor detection.  ... 
doi:10.1002/rcs.1879 pmid:29266695 fatcat:opm54nsuxrfdfeiyi6jgoixjk4
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